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MORNING PERFORMANCES and the LICENSING Act, 25 Geo. II., Cap. 36.—Opinion of Counsel.

MORNING PERFORMANCES and the LICENSING Act, 25 Geo. II., Cap. 36.—Opinion of Counsel.

MORNING PERFORMANCES and the LICENSING A act, 25 Geo. II., Cap. 36.-Opinion of Counsel. TO TILE EDITOR Or1 TILE ERA. Sir,--On the 2Sth February, 1800, a Select Committce appointed by the House of Commons (Mr Gosehon i the chair) held its first sitting " to inquire into the workin
December 27, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MISSISSIPPI MINSTRELS.

THE MISSISSIPPI MINSTRELS.

A company of amateur Negro musicians and humorists, who call themselves " The Mississippi Minstrels,' and are, we infer, connected with the establishments of Mr IV. Whiteley, of Westbourue-grove, since he is their president and patron, gave their second entertaimnent at St. Geor
December 27, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENTS.

THE CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENTS.

With this week the harvest time of Managers will com- mecnce, and all that has been long since sown and cultivated with so much care ant assidnrity for months past will be ready to afford that noulrislluneut to the holiday community so necessary to their proper healthy condition
December 27, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

THEATRICAL, MUSICAL, AND EQUESTRIAN OBITUARY FOR 1874. Abbott, Charles, pantomimist, aged 32, June 8. Abbott, Harriet, danseusc, November 1. Addison, Edward Phillips, comedian, aged 66, April 16. Allen, Mrs., wife of F. Allen, Excelsior Circus, Darlington, February 19. Alleyne, J
December 27, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDIT[ON. "THE MllA" OFFICE, SUNDAY, Two A.}I. DRURY-LANE THEATRE.-(Last Night.) Faithful to tradition, and despising the new but unorthodox custom of anticipating on Christmas Eve, or even earlier the glories of Boxing Night-a custom which Mr E. L. Blan- chard, no mean autho
December 27, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PARIS GRAND OPERA.

THE PARIS GRAND OPERA.

On Monday evening, for the first time, the geeneral public had aill opportunity of judging the qualities of the New Grand Opera House. Five thousand alrisiares, many of theon wvell qualified to give an opinion of the capabilities of the New I-louse, were invited, and the entire
December 27, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

IT is very unadvisable to change your luck, particularly in matters theautrical. D'Enery's drama Une Catuse C'J8ree was a great success at the Ambiigi in Paris. The Theatre would not hold the people who clamoured for seats. So they changed the play to the Porte-St. -Martiu, in o
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A PROPERTY MAN'S GROWL.

A PROPERTY MAN'S GROWL.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-I am a Property Man and a Mask inventor, and, con- sidering myself much neglected by the critics and the public, I crave a little space in your columns in order to air my grievances, I think I may claim to be one of the most valuable assistants in
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COE V. SOTHERN AND BUCKSTONE.

COE V. SOTHERN AND BUCKSTONE.

Although the verdict in this case, awarding to Mr Coe, the late Stage-Manager of the Haymarket Theatre, 21,035 by way of damages for his summary dismissal, was confirmed by the fill Court of Exchequer;consisting of the Lord Chief Baron and Barons Cleasby and Pollock, the defenda
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOOSEY v. FAIRLIE.

BOOSEY v. FAIRLIE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-My attention has to-day been called to the letter dated the 28th December in your issue of the 6th instant, to which is attached the name of Mr Edward Johnson, the defendant's solicitor. The key-note of the letter is struck in the opening words- 'I
January 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England